From left, Christian Stalberg, Barbara Zelter and Robert Moore listen during a press conference organized by Stop Torture Now Thursday, January 19, 2012, at the Johnston County airport. Zelter holds a photo of a detainee who is one of the cases detailed in a lengthy report from the UNC law school outlining what a team of lawyers and law students there believe are violations of state and federal laws by the employees of Aero Contractors, Ltd. A new report issued in Sept. 27,  2018 by the  North Carolina Commission of Inquiry on Torture provides more information on the CIA program’s North Carolina connections.
From left, Christian Stalberg, Barbara Zelter and Robert Moore listen during a press conference organized by Stop Torture Now Thursday, January 19, 2012, at the Johnston County airport. Zelter holds a photo of a detainee who is one of the cases detailed in a lengthy report from the UNC law school outlining what a team of lawyers and law students there believe are violations of state and federal laws by the employees of Aero Contractors, Ltd. A new report issued in Sept. 27, 2018 by the North Carolina Commission of Inquiry on Torture provides more information on the CIA program’s North Carolina connections. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
From left, Christian Stalberg, Barbara Zelter and Robert Moore listen during a press conference organized by Stop Torture Now Thursday, January 19, 2012, at the Johnston County airport. Zelter holds a photo of a detainee who is one of the cases detailed in a lengthy report from the UNC law school outlining what a team of lawyers and law students there believe are violations of state and federal laws by the employees of Aero Contractors, Ltd. A new report issued in Sept. 27, 2018 by the North Carolina Commission of Inquiry on Torture provides more information on the CIA program’s North Carolina connections. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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